A former News of the World royal reporter who was convicted of getting scoops from one of Prince Harry's comrades has had his conviction quashed.
While working at the now-defunct Sunday tabloid, Ryan Sabey, 35, was accused of cultivating his contact Paul Brunt, 33, who was in the same regiment as the young royal.
Sabey was found guilty of aiding and abetting misconduct in a public office following an Old Bailey trial.
At the Court of Appeal, the Lord Chief Justice quashed the conviction on the grounds that the jury was misdirected by the trial judge.
Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders has already announced she would not pursue his case.
Two former prison officers have been arrested in connection with Scotland Yard's inquiry into alleged inappropriate payments to police and public officials.
The 47-year old man and 44-year-old woman were arrested by Operation Elveden officers at an address in Suffolk.
They were arrested for alleged misconduct in a public office and conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office and are in custody at a police station in Suffolk.
There have now been 89 arrests under Operation Elveden which is looking at allegations of inappropriate payments.
It is being supervised by the Independent Police Complaints Commission and is running alongside Operation Weeting, the Metropolitan Police's phone-hacking inquiry.
A man and a woman have been arrested as part of the police investigation into alleged corrupt payments by journalists for information, known as Operation Elveden.
A 55-year-old man, a tutor, was arrested at a passenger ferry terminal on the Isle of Wight on suspicion of conspiracy to cause misconduct in a public office.
A retired 55-year-old woman, who is believed to have been previously employed in a prison, was arrested at her home in the Isle of Wight on suspicion of the same offence and conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office.
Both are being questioned at a Newport police station.
A 47 year-old serving Met police officer from the Specialist Operations command and a 48 year-old woman have been arrested by detectives working on Operation Elveden.
The pair were held at 6am on suspicion of misconduct in public office and suspected conspiracy to cause misconduct in public office.
They are the 75th and 76th arrests under the investigation.
Tracey Bell has pleaded guilty to misconduct in public office.
Bell was originally arrested in October 2012 by officers from Operation Elveden.
Bell was employed by the Ministry of Defence as a pharmacy assistant at Sandhurst Medical Centre.
Three members of newspaper staff will face no further action from prosecutors examining files from Operation Elveden, the ongoing investigation into phone hacking and other related matters.
The journalists had faced allegations of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
A fourth suspect remains on police bail in relation to the allegations, the Crown Prosecution Service has confirmed.
A Sun journalist and prison officer are to be charged as part of Operation Elveden, the investigation into alleged corrupt payments to public officials, the Crown Prosecution Service said today.
A woman who used to work for the NHS has been arrested by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials.
Scotland Yard said the 52-year-old was arrested at 6am at her home in Derbyshire for suspected misconduct in a public office.
Her arrest is the 70th under Operation Elveden, Scotland Yard's investigation into alleged payments to public officials. It's running in conjunction with Operation Weeting, the Met's phone-hacking inquiry.
Metropolitan Police have arrested two serving prison officers as part of their investigation into inappropriate payments to police and public officials.
Officers from Operation Elveden arrested a 52-year-old man on suspicion of misconduct and conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office.
A 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to cause misconduct and money laundering.
Operation Elveden is running in conjunction with Operation Weeting, the Metropolitan Police's phone-hacking inquiry.
The Metropolitan Police have announced that a member of staff from its own Central Communications Command has been arrested under Operation Elveden.
- Central Communications Command is the part of the Met that deals with emergency calls and the despatching of police officers to incidents across the capital
- Provides specialist communication support for large-scale public occasions and events
- Employs more than 2,000 people in three call centres